"Over the course of 18 months, Associated Press journalists located men held in cages, tracked ships and stalked refrigerated trucks to expose the abusive practices of the fishing industry in Southeast Asia. The reporters’ dogged effort led to the release of more than 2,000 slaves and traced the seafood they caught to supermarkets and pet food providers across the U.S. For this investigation, AP has won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. The articles are presented here in their entirety."
Many of us can trace back our acknowledgment and recognition that labor trafficking and modern-day slavery are real to an eye-opening investigative series of reports by AP in 2015 and 2016.
2/26/2019 07:27:14 pm
They say whoever catches the biggest fish wins. I think you will be doing yourself a great favor if you will not count chickens before the eggs are hatched. Most big fishes I know are not really that nice to cook. It's meat can be compared to cotton strands. Size does not matter at all. That is my conclusion. So you can never really tell who is winning unless you experience what it's like to cook and taste the fish they caught. I am a vegetarian so there will be no way for me to know. If we are to judge only by size or beauty, it might be easier. Life is not like that though. You may be luscious today but it won't last forever. What is far mor important is what is inside the depths of your soul. It should be able to nourish people around you too.
5/21/2019 11:01:49 pm
I don't really know and as of the moment I really couldn't care any lesser regarding anything that has something to do with fishes. I am just here listening to the birds singing. It's my first time to notice that not all birds chirp the same way. I am surprised and a bit shocked that there are birds that can actually carry a tune and repeat it. I keep wondering what they meant. I wonder if it had been really about a love call or something else maybe a warning of danger.
4/25/2022 03:36:09 am
I am a young boy and it is always nice to do a adventures activities. like them. Catching fishes is one of them. I am also like this in free time. Many activities like boating swimming are also my favorite. I do online surfing . I use free VPN for my security.
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Lawrence E. Couch serves as the director and lobbyist for the National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd.